Frequently Asked Questions

What does Kubota do?

Kubota is a tractor and heavy equipment manufacturer based in Osaka, Japan.

How to contact Kubota?

You can contact Kubota by phone at +81 120 131 391.

Where is Kubota located?

Kubota is headquartered at 2-47, Shikitsuhigashi 1-chome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan - 556-8601.

How long will a Kubota tractor last?

On average, a Kubota tractor should last 4500-5500 gauged hours.

How long is the Kubota warranty?

M Series Tractors are covered under All Usage Basic Standard Limited 24 Months or 2000 Hours, Power Krawler tractors have a 12 months or 1000 hours warranty.

How often should I service my Kubota tractor?

Engine oil and filters should be changed about every 200 hours, the transmission fluid and hydraulic oil filters every 300 hours.

What can I do if I have regeneration problems with my Kubota tractor?

You should make sure you use the correct diagnostic or reset tool and conduct it in a safe environment as exhaust temperatures will be very high. The operation can take up to 30 minutes. If regen is not starting, it is possible that you have less than 20 liters of fuel in the fuel tank, the engine management light is on for any fault, EGR valve is faulty, the fuel light is turned on, or the engine management light is illuminated.

When to regenerate a Kubota tractor?

Tractors have a dash symbol indicating when regen is required.

Is Kubota legit?

Kubota has both positive and negative reviews online. The company has an average low to satisfactory score. Customers have issues with the quality and maintenance of the equipment and often defective equipment. Furthermore, the company has not addressed many complaints on our platform. Keep it in mind if you choose to use Kubota services.

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